20 Great Iggy Pop Collaborations

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"Post Pop Depression" (feat. Josh Homme) (2016)

Josh Homme got a text message last year. "It basically said, 'Hey, it would be great if we got together and maybe write something sometime – Iggy,'" he recalls. With no label support, the Queens of the Stone Age main man began recording Iggy Pop's first rock solo rock record in 13 years, along with QOTSA's Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders. Pop has been suggesting the album may be his last, and he and Homme have been discussing the sessions with the wearied sense of unshakable mutual appreciation you usually hear from war buddies. Pop said Homme "took me to a place I'd never been," and Homme concurred: "This was to go where neither of us had gone before. That was the agreement. And to go all the way."

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